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:Men listened closer to calm tones than to the loudest shouts, so long as firmness and certainty accompanied the calm - [[Lan]] PoV ({{ns|1}})
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Men listened closer to calm tones than to the loudest shouts, so long as firmness and certainty accompanied the calm - [[Lan]] PoV ({{ns|1}})
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:Prophecies did not turn aside for the wishes of Accepted. Not for the prayers of nations. - [[Moiraine]] PoV ({{ns|3}})
Prophecies did not turn aside for the wishes of Accepted. Not for the prayers of nations. - [[Moiraine]] PoV ({{ns|3}})
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:"Change what you can if it needs changing, but learn to live with what you can't change" - [[Siuan]] ({{ns|3}})
"Change what you can if it needs changing, but learn to live with what you can't change" - [[Siuan]] ({{ns|3}})
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:The Tower taught its students to live with what they could not change, too. But some things were important enough to try even if you were sure to fail. - [[Moiraine]] PoV ({{ns|3}})
The Tower taught its students to live with what they could not change, too. But some things were important enough to try even if you were sure to fail. - [[Moiraine]] PoV ({{ns|3}})
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:Fear was a poor tool, and one that always cut the user eventually. - [[Moiraine]] PoV ({{ns|5}})
Fear was a poor tool, and one that always cut the user eventually. - [[Moiraine]] PoV ({{ns|5}})
 
 
He would need to know as much of politics as any queen, ans much of war as any general. As much of history as any scholar. - [[Moiraine]] PoV ({{ns|5}})
 
He would need to know as much of politics as any queen, ans much of war as any general. As much of history as any scholar. - [[Moiraine]] PoV ({{ns|5}})
 
"When a man believes he may die, he wants to leave something of himself behind. When a woman believes her man may die, she wants that part of him desperately. The result is a great many babies born during wars. It's illogical, given the hardship that comes if the man does die, or the woman, but the human heart is seldom logical." - [[Meilyn]] ({{ns|5}})
 
"When a man believes he may die, he wants to leave something of himself behind. When a woman believes her man may die, she wants that part of him desperately. The result is a great many babies born during wars. It's illogical, given the hardship that comes if the man does die, or the woman, but the human heart is seldom logical." - [[Meilyn]] ({{ns|5}})
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"In war, you say a prayer for your dead and ride on, because there is always another fight over the next horizon." - [[Lan]] to [[Moiraine]] ({{epi01}})
 
"In war, you say a prayer for your dead and ride on, because there is always another fight over the next horizon." - [[Lan]] to [[Moiraine]] ({{epi01}})
 
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Latest revision as of 09:06, 25 September 2017

Men listened closer to calm tones than to the loudest shouts, so long as firmness and certainty accompanied the calm - Lan PoV (NS, Ch. 1)